It is a tradition I plan to repeat every year and give to them when they are grown. Love letters are traditionally written for a spouse or significant other, but they can be penned for anyone who holds a special place in your heart. For me, that special place is filled with love for my 5 amazing children.
The day we talked about from the first time we met you. And you are thirteen! You are a teenager. And I know I keep talking about it, but why does it go by so fast?
It just comes upon us — this growing up thing. And I have to say, years of practice does improve us. I dropped the reigns today. You murmured as you wrapped your arms around me and nuzzled into my neck. And I thank God He gave you a heart like yours.
I do want to tell you something. And, man, so much has changed since I was thirteen. I remember my thirteenth birthday. I got a sweet pair of purple triangle earrings. They were the perfect match for my oversized sweatshirt. I remember my parents took me to see the Biltmore House with my aunt.
I only saw her a few times in my life. She lived in Germany, and family is a whole other story. I remember grinning into the camera with my braces-lined teeth and my not-so-great hair.
Mom snapped the picture and tucked it into that baby book. It was a good day.
I remember it well when I gaze at that innocent freckled face. This young girl who had no idea what the world would bring to her children.I have a son.
I can’t always talk to him, so I write him letters. I’ve been doing so since he was a baby. He’s an adult now. Whether you have a son or daughter, my advice to . Find and save ideas about To my son on Pinterest.
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My photo is tucked away safely and today I’ll probably post your smiling face for many to see. Our world is smaller today and these random postings let us see the people we miss. We watch little ones grow up on screens the size of our palms.
And I can’t say I’m sorry. I missed seeing most of my family for most of my life. This letter was written for the thirteenth birthday of my son. He celebrated his birthday last month and just like any other mother of a teenage boy, I felt the need to tell him how I felt on that day and how I could never share all this with him verbally (he never has the time and the patience) so I resolved to writing him a letter that he could read at leisure and can go back to whenever he.
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